UK University Applications guidance and support
In 2013 – 2014 academic year, 92% of our students were accepted into either their first or second choice of UK university. This list shows just some of the universities we have helps students win admission to.
- Columbia (US)
- London School of Economics
- King’s College
- Durham University
- Royal Holloway
- Roehampton University
- Middlesex University
- Kent University
- Birmingham University
For UK University Applications We Offer:
Get the grades you need to apply to your chosen UK university. Allow our expert tutors to help you reach your full potential at A Level and to be prepared as best you can for your UK university application. We offer both In-Person Tuition and Online Tuition.
During this one-to-one meeting with our university experts, we will learn more about you and gain a clearer understanding of your academic background, goals, future ambitions as well as geographical preferences for universities.
After the initial consultation, we will be to provide independent, expert and constructive feedback on the best course and university choice for you. We can help you identify your strengths and goals for the future in order to help you make a decision.
Your tutor will conduct interview practice sessions with you. These will be subject specific interviews which will be designed to make you think independently, critically and logically as well as to develop your analytical and lateral thinking skills. The aim of the interview practice sessions is to build your confidence in being able to explain, sometimes under some intense pressure, difficult and complex questions in a clear and succinct manner. Find out more.
You will be mentored by one of our expert tutors who will be a graduate in your course. The tutor will guide you on suggested wider reading and extra-curricular activities in order to create rich and detailed content to make your personal statement stand out. We will never write the statement for you but we will help you craft your core application message and then to communicate this in a crisp and succinct way. Your statement must explain why you are interested in the course, why you want to study it and why you will be an asset to the university course. Find out more.